[SOLVED] There is no hard drive shown in the BIOS.

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today I got my new laptop Lenovo ideapad 3-15ITL6.
I tried to install Windows 10 from my usb, but there was no hard drive displayed in the installation.
I went into the BIOS, and under the boot tab there was no hard drive (under the efi label).
I also tried to install drivers while installing windows, but it says there is no driver supported. (Tried to install some intel nvme, and storage IRST drivers)

Although it's a new laptop, I bought it without OS for cheaper price. Therefore the sellers can't help me to install it :( .

The laptop has:
I5-1135G7
256GB M.2 2242 SSD PCIe NVMe

if you need more information let me know.
What can I do without ruin my warranty?

Thank you very much!
 
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1st must enabled VMD
2nd enable secure boot

https://support.lenovo.com/pk/en/downloads/ds548440-intel-rapid-storage-technology-irst-driver-for-windows-10-64-bit-ideapad-3-14itl6-ideapad-3-15itl6-ideapad-3-17itl6

kindly download driver from above mentioned page

3rd copy in window boot able usb

and load driver from above downloaded driver folder

and enjoy.....
You may want to read the solution and other replies before giving these instructions. He stated he already tried most of these things, including the IRST driver.
 
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